Olga Nikolaevna Naumenko (born December 6, 1949 , Moscow , USSR ) - Soviet and Russian theater and film actress , TV presenter, People’s Artist of Russia ( 2005 )  .
|Birth name||Olga Nikolaevna Naumenko|
|Date of Birth|
|Place of Birth||Moscow , USSR|
|Citizenship|| USSR → |
|In the role of Gali. Frame from the film.|
Born in a military family. She studied in a drama studio in the Palace of Pioneers on the Lenin Hills . In 1972 she graduated from the Theater School. B. Schukin . He plays at the Gogol Moscow Drama Theater (since 2013 - the Gogol Center ).
Since 2014, she has been conducting the talk show "Your Case" on Channel One .
The actress’s husband is Alexander Skvortsov (1950-2009), an actor of the Hermitage Theater. Married 32 years. Daughter Svetlana is a journalist, married a Frenchman and moved to France . She later divorced and returned to Russia, having moved to St. Petersburg with her new lover. 
Theater named after N.V. Gogol
- The Ugly Elsa, dir. B. Golubovsky - Elsa
- "And I loved this fool ...", dir. A. Shvetsov  - she
- The Hunt for Women, dir. A. Govoruho  - Tatyana Repina
- The Old Cossack Way, dir. B. Golubovsky , Yu. Levitsky , A. Pokrovsky  , there is a televersion - Raisa Gusyatnikova
- 2001 - “Notebook of Trigorin”, director S. Yashin , dir. E. Kemarskaya - Polina Andreevna
- 2003 - “Lambada Carnival”, dir. S. Yashin - Elizabeth
- 2005 - “Tired of Happiness”, directed by S. Yashin , dir. V. Sorokin  - Noel 
- 2007 - “It is dangerous to abduct women (Abduction of Helen)”, dir. A. Govoruho  - Elena Larsonier
- 2010 - Charlie 's Aunt , dir. S. Yashin - Donna Rosa d'Alvadorez
- 2013 - "Idiots" (based on the movie Lars von Trier ), dir. K. Serebrennikov - judge / housewife / aunt Elisha / Karina's mother
- 2015 - Ordinary History, dir. K. Serebrennikov - Julia Tafaeva
- 2016 - “Person” (based on the film by Ingmar Bergman ), dir. L. Surkova - doctor
- 1968 - Long Day Kolka Pavlyukova - schoolgirl
- 1969 - Unchallenged - girl at the village post office
- 1970 - Cross the threshold - Albina Savitskaya
- 1970 - 1971 - Shadows disappear at noon - Varvara (Varya) Ustinovna Kuzmina (Morozova), the youngest daughter of Ustin and Pistimey Morozov, the younger sister of Fedi, the wife of Yegor, the mother of Fedi
- 1973 - The Black Prince - Annushka
- 1973 - 1983 - Eternal Call - Mani's girlfriend
- 1975 - The Irony of Fate, or Enjoy Your Bath! - Galya
- 1975 - The last victim - Irina Lavrovna Pribytkova
- 1976 - My love in the third year - Olya Bannikova
- 1978 - Dove - Faith
- 1978 - The medicine against fear - Olga Ilyinichna Panafidina
- 1982 - Vladivostok, year 1918 - Loginov
- 1983 - Warmth of the home - Anka
- 1986 - Bird's milk - Alla
- 1986 - Zina-Zinulya - Irina, wife of Petrenko
- 1999 - Holy and Sinful
- 2001 - Lady Boss - Monastery
- 2003 - 2005 - Sasha + Masha
- 2007 - Sidekick - Zinaida Petrovna
- 2007 - You are from above, I am from below - Lapushka
- 2008 - Management - mother of Olga Morozova
- 2008 - Urgently to the room (Black Widow series) - Shestakova doctor
- 2009 - One day there will be love - Vasilisa Andreevna, girlfriend of Angelina Zatonskaya
- 2011 - To save her husband - Zoya Vasilievna
- 2012 - Without a trace - Nina Koval
- 2012 - Citizen boss. Continuation - Raisa Sergeevna
- 2013 - Maryina Roscha - Anna Ivanovna Kamyshova
- 2013 - Two Moments of Love - Tatyana Ivanovna
- 2013 - The Right to Love - Director
- 2013 - World War III - Zhenya in old age
- 2014 - House of Sleeping Beauties
- 2014 - Nadezhda - Marina Arkadyevna
- 2015 - Family values - Anna Goreeva, Tatyana's mother
- 2015 - Lyudmila Gurchenko - Angelina Stepanova
- 2016 - Traffic Light Family - Serafima Mikhailovna
- 2017 - Dangerous Liaisons - Valentine
- 2017 - Woman's Heart
- 2018 - Youth - Lydia, wife of Ivan Kachalov
- Internet Movie Database
- honorary title was awarded on December 27, 2005 by decree of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin No. 1540. (unavailable link) . Date of treatment April 22, 2009. Archived January 20, 2007.
- Live. Closed screening of "The Irony of Fate ...". Special issue. Andrei Malakhov. Live from 12.29.17 (December 29, 2017). Date of treatment December 30, 2017.
- Arnold Rudolfovich Shvetsov (b. 1959) - director of the Moscow Drama Theater. N.V. Gogol, since 1995 lives in New York.
- Alexei Yakovlevich Govoruho (b. 1940) - theater director, in different years was the main director of the Moscow dram. Theater named after A.S. Pushkin, Novgorod Academy. Theater named after F. M. Dostoevsky, Tambov Regional Drama Theater.
- Alexander Vladimirovich Pokrovsky (1938-2011) - director of the literary and dramatic editorial board of the Central Television (since 1970).
- Vyacheslav Nikolaevich Sorokin - director of the Moscow Drama Theater. N.V. Gogol.
- Culture Portal: September Theater Trend . Archived August 3, 2012.